Cleveland Camera Collectors Club
43rd Annual Camera Show
Sunday August 30th , 2015
10:00 am· 3:00pm
Days Inn & Suites Richfield
4724 Brecksville Rd.
Rt. 21 Richfield Ohio 44286
Students I Teachers free with ID
Organized by photography curator Barbara Tannenbaum at the Cleveland Museum of Art, the show delves into the artist’s 15-year exploration of the life and death of his mother, who committed suicide in 2003 at age 57 after struggling with depression, multiple sclerosis and alcoholism.
On view through Sunday, Aug. 23, the exhibition presents a compelling and portentous array of photographs, drawings, sculptures and installations, plus a 45-minute video.
Cleveland Magazine welcomes freelance photography and illustration submissions. We will respond if interested.
Please provide self-promotions, JPEG samples or tear-sheets via email or mail to Kristen Miller, Custom Art Director, Cleveland Magazine, 1422 Euclid Ave. Suite 730, Cleveland, OH 44115 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to be kept on file for possible future assignments.
Ohio Magazine, a publication of Great Lakes Publishing Co., is currently interviewing for a photography intern. The ideal candidate should be entering his/her senior year. We are looking for an energetic and detail-oriented individual to assist Ohio Magazine’s art department. The Photography Intern will have the opportunity to gain experience in the publication industry, work closely with editors and designers on the magazine and receive college credit by completing photo assignments for publication.
This is an unpaid, part-time internship, however, we reimburse for parking or bus pass and mileage outside of Cuyahoga county. Scheduling and hours are flexible. The intern MUST have reliable transportation to and from work and also to travel in the immediate area to photo shoots.
Complete photo assignments given by department members
Retouch and color correct images
Archive files and artwork
Scan images for print
Resize and upload images for the Web
College student working towards a degree in photography or equivalent field
Knowledge of digital photography and retouching a must
Must own a working professional quality camera
Knowledge of MacOS, Adobe CS2-4, Microsoft Office applications
Must have a reliable form of transportation, as short distance travel will be a part of the internship
Must take direction and assert ideas quickly
Strong organizational skills and attention to detail necessary in order to handle a number of projects simultaneously
Must work well in a deadline driven environment
Design and Web skills a major plus.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume and a low-resolution portfolio either by mail or electronically to Lesley Blake, Art Director at email@example.com. (Online portfolios are also acceptable.) Any submissions without all three criteria will not be considered. Deadline for submissions is April 19, 2013. Any materials received after this date will not be considered for the internship. No phone calls, please.
Mailing Address: Ohio Magazine, c/o Lesley Blake, Art Director, 1422 Euclid Ave., Suite 730, Cleveland, OH 44115
Cleveland Magazine hires a photography intern three times a year: for fall and winter/spring semesters and for summer. We accept applications for all semesters year-round.
The internships are unpaid. (We reimburse for parking.) The internships range from 15 to 25 hours a week.
Duties include photo research, retouching and color correcting images, resizing images for the Web and opportunities for photo assignments for Cleveland Magazine, its sister magazine Inside Business and other publications.
We are looking for energetic and detail-oriented college students working toward a degree in photography to assist our design team. Candidates should have proficient knowledge of digital photography, photo retouching, Adobe Photoshop and own a professional camera. InDesign and Multimedia knowledge a plus.
Send cover letter, resume, preferred semester, weekly availability and work samples to: firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls, please.
The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve (AAWR) announces Photo Now (formerly the annual Western Reserve Open Photography Competition) to be held in the beautiful 3,000 sq. ft. Gallery East of Cuyahoga Community College’s, eastern Campus, 4250 Richmond Rd, Highland Hills, OH 44122 www.tri-c.edu/galleryeast
The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve has made some exciting changes to its juried photography show which was formerly known as the WROPC. The event is called Photo Now. Previously held at the Beachwood Public Library the photography show has been moved to the beautiful 3,000 sq. ft. Gallery East of Cuyahoga Community College. The facility is situated on the Eastern Campus, 4250 Richmond Rd, Highland Hills, OH 44122 ( www.tri-c.edu/galleryeast ) .
Because this is both a larger facility and dedicated exhibition hall there is NO limitation on the width of the photo being submitted. I have attached the show prospectus for your review. Let us know if you have any questions – thank you!
The AAWR invites all photographers who currently reside in the USA to submit images using any photographic process (silver gelatin, digital print, alternative process, etc.) Experimental and mixed techniques are welcome. Only two dimensional work is eligible for admission.
All entries must be submitted online via Smarter Entry at https://client.smarterentry.com/aawr
All accepted prints must be professionally framed, wired and ready for hanging (Neutral matting only, glass or acrylic where applicable, frames must be in decent condition).
Size limitation for work is 8’ high, no limitation in width, weight 50lb
The AAWR retains the right to refuse any work not presented in a professional manner.
The Call for Entries is open to both amateur and professional photographers.
Entry Fee: is $30 for the first 3 images. Additional images may be submitted at $10 per image. There is no limit on additional images.
AAWR charges a 40% commission on any sales.
The Insurance of accepted artwork is the sole responsibility of the artist
Opening Reception & Awards Ceremony: Tuesday September 8, 6:30 – 8:00pm.
Awards will be presented in five categories:
Best in Show: $400
Best Black and White: $200
Best Color: $200
People’s Choice: $200
The People’s Choice Award will be based on popular vote taken during the opening reception. Come and vote for your favorite photograph.
Submissions open: April 1, 2015
Submission deadline: July 1, 2015
Notification of acceptance:
Artists will be notified of the acceptance of their work the week of August 4, 2014
Delivery of accepted work: Accepted work may be hand delivered or shipped.
Hand delivered work should be delivered directly to Gallery East, located in the Education Center
of Cuyahoga Community College, 4250 Richmond Rd, Highland Hills, OH 44122
Parking for delivery is free in LOT H, accessed most easily by the Harvard Rd Entrance
Drop off Dates for Hand Delivery:
Work can be delivered Monday August 24 and Tuesday August 25, between 11:00am and 7:00pm
Pick up Dates:
Wed October 14 and Thursday Oct 15, between 11:00 am and 7:00 pm
Shipped work must be shipped to:
Photo Now c/o AAWR, 1834 E. 123rd St, Cleveland OH 44106
Shipping dates: all shipped work must be received by AAWR between Monday Aug. 17 – Friday Aug. 21, 2015.
Any work received after August 21 will not be considered for exhibition, but will be immediately shipped back to the artist.
Return shipping: AAWR will return accepted work between Monday Oct 19 and Friday Oct 23, 2015
All shipped work must arrive with prepaid return shipping
All shipped work must be packaged properly and the packaging reusable for return shipping. AAWR will not be responsible for any damage that occurs during the packaging and shipping process either to or from AAWR.
All shipped work must be insured by the artist. AAWR will not be responsible for insuring shipped work.
AAWR and Cuyahoga Community College will not be responsible for any hand delivered work left remaining after the closing of the exhibition. Work not picked up will be subjected to storage fees and disposed of at the discretion of the gallery coordinator!
AAWR and Cuyahoga Community College will not be responsible for returning any shipped work that is not prepaid. This work will also be subjected to storage fees and disposed of at the discretion of the gallery coordinator!
About our judge:
Dr. Unni Pulikkal was introduced to photography in 1998. His Current interests are nature photography with specialisation in photographic documentation of butterflies of the south-western reserves (Western Ghats) of southern India, and contemporary, visual art photography. In the fall of 2014, he founded the first museum of photography in India. He has exhibited all over the world, including; a retrospective collection of work shown in The Industry and Film Museum, Wolfen, Germany from August to September, 2013; two solo and two group exhibitions in Berlin – 2011,2012 & 2013; Exhibition in Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Ohio, USA, 2007; and over 24 venues across India. His work has been published hundreds of times in India and abroad in various journals, magazines, catalogues, websites, calendars, books and dailies. His numerous awards include The Royal Photographic Society of London’s prestigious title ARPS (Associate of RPS) in 2008 and the Government of India’s Ministry of Culture senior fellowship in creative photography for the year 2014 – 2015.
Terms and Conditions
All entrants to Western Reserve Open Photography Competition, by virtue of their submission, attest that the images submitted are their own work and with no copyright infringement. AAWR will not be held liable for any infringement of rights that may become apparent during the jurying or displaying of any image.
Copyright remains with the photographer. Artists whose submissions are chosen for the exhibition grant AAWR the right to use their images for the purpose of promoting the exhibition, AAWR programs and subsequent display on the AAWR website of past exhibitions without further contact or compensation from AAWR.
ALL Subject matter must be appropriate for PUBLIC VIEWING.
As a submitter, you grant permission to the AAWR to include your name in future mailings and announcements. We do not sell, rent or share our mailing lists. If you would prefer NOT to be on our mailing list, please notify the AAWR in writing.
Questions? Please contact the AAWR at email@example.com and be sure to put in the subject line
your question is for the Photography Competition.
Image Preparation for uploading:
To prepare your images for uploading, please adhere to the following image file specifications:
-NOT CMYK (typically used by printing industry)
The following characters will lead to image uploading problems: !@#$%^&*()_+
Selected artists will be grouped into creative teams with some of Greater Cleveland’s most inspired culinary artists to design and create an innovative tablescape and surrounding environment that addresses the art of food and community.
Photographer Sally Mann is fascinated by bodies. In the early 1990s, she became famous — or notorious — for her book Immediate Family, which featured photographs of her young children naked. Critics claimed Mann’s work eroticized the children, but Mann says the photos were misinterpreted.
Listen to an interview with Sally Mann on Fresh Air: Making Art Out Of Bodies: Sally Mann Reflects On Life And Photography
In September 1992, I published my third book of photographs, “Immediate Family.” The book contained 60 photographs from a decade-long series of more than 200 pictures of my children, Emmett, Jessie and Virginia, who were about 6, 4 and 1 when I started the project. The photographs show them going about their lives, sometimes without clothing, on our farm tucked into the Virginia hills. For miles in all directions, there was not a breathing soul. When we were on the farm, we were isolated, not just by geography but by the primitive living conditions: no electricity, no running water and, of course, no computer, no phone. Out of a conviction that my lens should remain open to the full scope of their childhood, and with the willing, creative participation of everyone involved, I photographed their triumphs, confusion, harmony and isolation, as well as the hardships that tend to befall children — bruises, vomit, bloody noses, wet beds — all of it.
Read Sally Mann’s reflection on Immediate Family: Sally Mann’s Exposure
The original cover story appeared in the magazine on Sept. 27, 1992, and is discussed in an article by Sally Mann in the April 19 issue.
ISSUE #71: Humans vs Nature – June/July
Issue 71 will have the theme of Humans vs. Nature
DEADUNE: May15, 2015
ISSUE #72: Open Theme -August/September
Issue 72 will have an Open Theme
DEADUNE: July 15, 2015
The photo that really launched my career was called Mijanou and friends from Beverly Hills High School on Senior Beach Day, a picture I took in 1993 in Santa Monica, Calif., as part of my project Fast Forward: Growing Up in the Shadow of Hollywood…
Don’t miss this stunningly beautiful show by three noted contemporary artists who are working at the leading edge of the possibilities of photographic process. At a time when digital imaging is ascendant, each artist in Process and Abstraction is using analog methods that celebrate photographic materials while questioning our traditional assumptions about the nature of photography.
Fred Bidwell will talk about the practice of the three artists featured in Process and Abstraction that are united in the beauty of their work even though their conceptual intentions are very different. At this turning point in the history of photographic technology, many artists are working with both analog and digital tools to make images that are “post-photographic”. Is this the death of photography or the flowering of a new art form? Bidwell will share work from a variety of other artists who, along with Alison Rossiter, Jessica Eaton and Mariah Robertson, are testing the limits and meaning of the medium.